Gdansk City tour

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Route: Gdansk
Duration: 3 h

You will have an opportunity to enjoy a pleasant walk around the Old Town area. One of the most characteristic features of Gdansk is the Crane Gate, situated in the old harbour. This is a short step from the Long Market Square with its wonderful Neptune Fountain and Artus Court - the meeting hall of merchants in the times of the Hanseatic League. The walk allows you to admire the Renaissance-style burgher houses and the Main Town Hall with its carillon of 37 bells. You will also see the Green Gate, the Golden Gate, the High Gate, the Prison Tower,

Price: per person

Price: 25.00 EUR
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